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Khajeh Barookh's House is located in the old district of Faizabad, a Jewish neighborhood of the city. It was built by a Jewish merchant of the Qajar period, named Barookh/Baruch. The house, an historical depiction of Iranian architecture, was renamed "Randeh-Kesh House", after the last owner, is a "daroongara"(inward oriented) house and is connected through a vestibule to the exterior yard and through a corridor to the interior yard. [19] Surrounding the interior yard are rooms, brick pillars making the iwans(porches) of the house, and step-like column capitals decorated with brick-stalactite work. This house is among the rare Qajar houses with a private bathroom.


  • Rabbi Michael Marmur , 
  • Liya Rechtman  
  • Rabbi Hara Person , 
  • Rabbi John Rosove  
1:15 PM  -  2:30 PM Six Days That Shaped Fifty Years  (Israel Engagement Symposium) As we learn from our past and look towards our future, how do we use power justly to make it a catalyst for our values? For two millennia, the Jewish people were powerless; in 1967, Israel took ownership of the sovereignty that was granted in 1948. The enormity of the victory of the Six Day War gave Israel access to power in a way that continues to transform Jewish life half a century later. Rabbi Donniel Hartman speaks on the legacy of this historic event, and its meaning for our time and the road ahead. Presenters:
  • Rabbi Donniel Hartman  
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